|James Schidlowsky - Sine Fiction vol. III) The Shockwave Rider [sine003] - James Schidlowsky|
A musical transposition of John Brunner's classic 70s sci-fi novel by Montreal-based sound artist James Schidlowsky. Audible places of information society nightmares that are quite unique in the artist's body of work.
Downloads: 4,242 (1 review)
|Eucci - Sine Fiction vol. VI) Nova Express [sine006] - Eucci|
Soundtrack to William S Burroughs' novel, dedicated to the crawling centipede hiding in all of us. Eucci (aka Jeffrey Shell) offers a harsh and dense exploration of the Venusian ovens, spiced with reference to early tape splicing and good ol' musique concrete.(See also Sine Fiction volumes VII and IX)
Keywords: Noise; Electroacoustic
|Erick D'Orion - Sine Fiction vol.XIX) The Sirens of Titan [sine019] - Erick D'Orion|
Erick D'Orion introduced us to the works of late science-fiction autor and humanist Kurt Vonnegut in the early nineties. We immersed ourselves with great interest in the worlds of Vonnegut's pragmatic imagination, enchanted by his wit and compassion. It is only fitting, then, to welcome D'Orion's first participation in the Sine Fiction series with this ambient translation into space, following Malachi Constant's pursuit of the The Sirens of Titan...
Keywords: ambient; experimental; electroacoustic
Downloads: 3,659 (1 review)
|Julie Rousse - Sine Fiction vol. IV) Foundation [sine004] - Julie Rousse|
A grinning digital noise odyssey to accompany Isaac Asimov's sci-fi masterpiece, by French sound designer Julie Rousse (Komsomolsk).
Keywords: Electroacoustic; Ambient/noise